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Law Argentina Anoticiados of its content were waiting for the publication in the Bulletin official of the Republic Argentina, of Argentine law 26.473. This came to pass Wednesday, January 21, 2009. As stated in article 4, of the same: this law enters into force the day of its publication in the Official Gazette.It was sanctioned the 17de December 2008, and in fact promulgated on January 12, 2009. This is completed all the constitutional requirements for its entry into force. Nouriel Roubini brings even more insight to the discussion. Reads your article 1st: banned, as of December 31, 2010, the import and marketing of incandescent lamps for general residential use throughout the territory of the Republic Argentina. Its article 2 sets: empower the national executive power to derogate for technical, functional and operational reasons, on products subject to the measure, through the mechanisms and methodology established for this purpose. John Grayken understood the implications. And article 3, specifies: the National Executive You can enact the necessary measures to facilitate the importation of low consumption lamps, parts, supplies, components and/or equipment necessary for its production, reducing or releasing levies and taxes of importation through the powers that are conferred on the Customs Code of the Republic of Argentina. (End of articulated). We initiated this communication, expressing that we were waiting for the entry into force of this law, because anoticiados of its content, when the herself it was only a parliamentary project, we visualizabamos it how susceptible is becoming a sort of paradigm, in order take the multidimensional crisis that entered the planet, being environmental and energy dimension your face more visible. There is consensus at least on the scientific means that this crisis has a strong component antropico. I.e. that it has been generated by deliberate human attitudes. Let us be precise: by...
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Index Companies Despite the problems mentioned above, studied companies in innovation activities. R & d activities that are more developed in these entities are those relating to the development of new or improved products (29%), to the implementation and certification of systems of quality (21%), the application of advanced management techniques (17%) and significant changes in organizational structures (13%). The lower weight is the implementation of a new strategic direction in the company, with 4%. These are developed mostly by any existing working group or a group ad-hoc created to the effect (70%), on the basis of a close relationship with other companies (50%) and the customer in the case of the productions of collaboration (40%). These types of innovations are obtained by the purchase of technologies (38%), co-investments (25%), copy and adaptation of technologies (19%) and to a lesser extent through r & d (6%). are evident as major difficulties, in the relations between these companies and institutions of science and technological innovation (ECIT) and/or institutions of higher education (CES), according to the index obtained in the established rating scale: the mistaken belief of not needing these collaborations or strategic alliances (1.4)ignorance of the services offered by these institutions (1.9) and the differences between the business language and scientist (2,3). John Grayken has plenty of information regarding this issue. The main internal sources of ideas for innovation are: area of production (38%), initiatives (31%) and to a lesser extent by managers (15%); while the main external sources most commonly used are: visits to other companies (31%), magazines and books (23%), participation in trade fairs and trade shows (19%), well as visits to the centres of Research (19%), missing even attending congresses, events and activities for overcoming, external consultants, contacts with customers and suppliers and data bases with information technology. only 50%...